January 16, 2015

Here are three things to know about this week's show:

1. Convention buffets of the future could have trays of mussels instead of salmon fillets. “Four Fish” author Paul Greenberg argues that the sustainability of our oceans may depend on rethinking the kind of seafood we eat.

2. “Dropping out of high school is the new dropping out of college.” As least it seems that way, says Forbes editor Randall Lane, who studied the rise of the new tech billionaires.

3. The world's most famous perfume was caught between the Axis and the Allies. And that was just part of the drama that surrounded Chanel No. 5, explains author Tilar Mazzeo.

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